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President Ramnath Kovind has reached Gambia yesterday on his second leg of his three Nations visit. He was warmly welcomed by the Gambian President Adama Barrow with military honour at the Banjul Airport. He was offered Cola Nuts as a traditional welcome gesture. 

In a spectacular show, large crowds of flag-waving well-wishers lined up along the streets to greet and welcome the visiting President. This is the first-ever state visit to the Gambia by an Indian President. 

During his two-day stay at Banjul, President will be discussing many issues with his counterpart.

Today the president will hold restricted and delegation-level talks with his counterpart. He will be addressing a special session of the National Assembly of Gambia. The National Assembly building complex in Banjul is one of the prominent projects in west Africa built under the line of credit extended by India. 

Tomorrow He will attend an event by the Indian community and inaugurate an exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi and Khadi.




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